June 5, 2024, 10:55 am – 11:25 am

Towards hybrid learning designs: Challenges, strategies and good practices

Hybrid teaching, also known as blended synchronous teaching, is an instructional approach where some students attend in person in a lecture hall or seminar room, while others join online through video conferencing. Hybrid teaching scenarios are poised to play a crucial role in the future of higher education, as they afford specific advantages that contribute significantly to the overall learning experience. However, at the moment, it is often not the first choice due to technological, didactical and organisational challenges.
Our presentation discusses the following aspects:
- Benefits and challenges of hybrid learning designs
- Good practices in hybrid learning and teaching
- Assessment and adaption of hybrid scenarios with different degrees of participation
- Implementation of hybrid instructional approaches in settings of international collaborations
This presentation draws from our work at Projekt Hybride Lehre, Freie Universität Berlin.

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Speaker
  • Agustina Malvido, Specialist in Hybrid Teaching at Center für Digitale Systeme, Freie UniversitätAgustina Malvido
    Specialist in Hybrid Teaching at Center für Digitale Systeme, Freie Universität
  • Lena Stölzl, Specialist in Hybrid Teaching at Center für Digitale Systeme, Freie UniversitätLena Stölzl
    Specialist in Hybrid Teaching at Center für Digitale Systeme, Freie Universität
Track

Spaces & Hybrid Concepts

Room

Berlin Community-Stage

Language

EN

Format

Input